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Eight Great Churches to Follow on Instagram

We all can use some inspiration from time to time and have questions we ask our self, especially when it comes to Instagram. What kind of caption should I use with this photo? How can I incorporate graphics in my feed? Do I like the way these edits look? One way to answer these questions and find some inspiration is to follow accounts who are “slaying the Instagram game”, the ones that make you say, “how did they do that?” or “woah, that looks great!” To me, these are the churches who are consistently producing personal, authentic, and engaging content.

Here is a list of a few I am currently swooning over:

#1. Auburn Community Church

@auburncommunitychurch

This feed makes me feel right at home, not to mention all of the beautiful photography!

#2 Fresh Life Church

@freshlife

What is so neat about this Church is their Instagram feed reflects whatever sermon series they are going through that season. They use the same theme for that season across all aspects including their merch and newsletters.

 

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NEW SERIES ALERT. Starts this weekend!💕

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#3 Transformation Church

@wearetransformation

This promo for Transformation’s February series “All Strings Attached” is so creative!

#4. City Hope Church

@cityhopelive

A local favorite of ours, their imagery is always spot on and consistent.

#5. New Spring Church

@newspring_church

The natural colors that fill this feed connect perfectly with their church name and their mission.

#6. The Summit Church

@summitrdu

Bright and simple graphics and photos make this feed so pleasing to view. You never have to wonder what they are trying to say or what they are about. I could stare at it all day!

#7 Church of the Highlands

@churchofthehighlands

Creative and fresh, Church of the Highlands is always doing something new with their social media.

 

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He is worthy of your trust! He WILL help you. 💚 #OneYearBible

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#8. Island Youth

@islandyouth

You can’t help but smile when you scroll. Colorful confetti, inflatable donuts, and youth on fire for Christ are everywhere. What more could you ask for?

 

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💥 see ya tonight @ 6:30 💥

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